the process in which young wolves leave their packs to form new ones.
The act of an organism leaving its birth-place and moving to where it will live as an adult. Dispersal in wolves, usually involves a young, sexually maturing wolf leaving the pack, perhaps due to rivalry with other members of the pack, intense bonds formed with an individual wolf from outside of the pack or lack of sufficient resources within the pack's territory to support the number of wolves present.
When an animal leaves an area and does not return. Different from migration, in which an animal leaves and returns, usually in a later season or year.
(Primatology) Does the female or male leave the natal group
the process in which young wolves leave their families to form new packs.
When fawns leave their mothers to establish their own home range.